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Spectrosmart or how to turn your smartphone into a spectroscope

3D model description

This system collects the spectra of objects in the re-entry phase in order to determine their composition.

Attention, this old model is now replaced by our latest design more compact and powerful. The gluing session of the hulls is suppressed.

Available here

https://cults3d.com/fr/modèle-3d/divers/la-bonnette

Any other light source may also be analysed.

It is a filter holder composed of three parts on which is glued a grooved nano film ( 500 grooves per mm2).

Designed to be stuck in front of your smartphone's lens, it will always be there.

its drawer allows you to select or not the filter and will not interfere with the use of the phone or its camera in classic mode.

a configurable shim is available (file3) for protruding lenses.

Installation and operating instructions will soon be available on http://www.savoir-sans-frontieres.com

here in French language.

http://www.jp-petit.org/bonnettereseau.htm

And in English.

http://www.jp-petit.org/ufospectrum.htm

3D printing settings

No particular problem. No support, no raft, speed 1mm/s 210°;

The thin thickness of the drawer, 1.28mm overall can sometimes be considered too flexible. Beyond this thickness, the blocking commas are welded to the drawer body; to take off with a scalpel if you chose to modify the thickness parameters.

The file1 (shell) shall be printed in duplicate.

  • 3D model format: STL

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